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Elizabeth Moon
Elizabeth Moon grew up on the Texas-Mexico border, a voracious reader and early writer. She spent much of her early years in a hardware store where nothing was in shrink-wrap or little plastic containers, and mule collars still hung on the back wall. She has a history degree from Rice... show more

Elizabeth Moon grew up on the Texas-Mexico border, a voracious reader and early writer. She spent much of her early years in a hardware store where nothing was in shrink-wrap or little plastic containers, and mule collars still hung on the back wall. She has a history degree from Rice University and a biology degree from the University of Texas at Austin, plus some graduate work in biology at the University of Texas at San Antonio; between the first two, she spent three years on active duty in the USMC. Her bibliography includes 20+ novels and 30+ short fiction works, nearly all in science fiction or fantasy. REMNANT POPULATION was a Hugo finalist in 1997; THE SPEED OF DARK won the Nebula Award in 2003.When not writing, she likes to wander around taking pictures of wildlife and native plants, bake bread, eat chocolate, sing with a choir, and laugh.
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Birth date: March 07, 1945
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Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 1 year ago
I spent the first two chapters of this book crying. Why, you ask? Because the second book left Paks in such a hopeless, lonely place and in the first couple of chapters Master Oakhollow takes her in and is SO KIND. He demonstrates a kindness that’s often missing in our world today. I had diffic...
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Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 1 year ago
Paksenarrion, once a sheepfarmer's daughter, now a veteran warrior, meets new challenges as she breaks up a robber gang, dispells an ancient evil possessing an elvish shrine and is accepted for training at an academy for knights. Clearly, a high destiny awaits her. The biggest impression that this...
Wanda's Book Reviews
Wanda's Book Reviews rated it 1 year ago
Paksenarrion — Paks for short — is somebody special. She knows it, even if nobody else does yet. No way will she follow her father's orders to marry the pig farmer down the road. She's off to join the army, even if it means she can never see her family again.And so her adventure begins... the advent...
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Debbie's Spurts rated it 2 years ago
Good book. Did wrap up the series. Plot didn't really have any surprises and somehow didn't draw me into the Legends of Paksenarrion series like the previous up-all-night-read-in-one-sitting volumes. I think without my extremely high expectations I would have enjoyed it more.
Gene
Gene rated it 2 years ago
Please note: this review will be updated as I read more stories from the anthology.So as I mentioned this is an anthology of short fantasy stories. The collection consists of the following:The Keeper of Names by Larry Correia.In an oppressive medieval society a rebellion is brewing among its lowest ...
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